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College of pharmacy and health sciences
College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences

Clinical Research

Erin Albert: Entrepreneurialism/Intrapreneurialism in pharmacy, pharmacist career development, teaching creativity & innovation in healthcare

Jarrett Amsden: Infectious Diseases (ID), HIV/AIDS, ID Clinical-based research

Alex Ansara: Adult Acute Care Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases, Infectious Diseases

Bonnie Brown: Interest areas in geriatric therapeutics and issues of aging

Bruce Clayton: Pharmacy; non-prescription drug therapy; self-care and health promotion; therapeutics

Trish Devine: Service Learning in Pharmacy

Joseph Jordan: Drug Information Drug Use Policy, Medication Safety, Adverse Drug Events

Laurence Kennedy: Personnel law, management, organizational behavior, medical ethics, ethics of science and subjects, bioterrorism, sterile products

Julie Koehler: Chronic disease states, such as Hypertension, Heart Failure, Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease.

Annette McFarland: Pharmacy Drug Information

Amy Peak: Drug information, medical informatics, evaluating medical literature, medication safety (adverse medication reactions, medication errors, adverse drug events, etc.) herbal medicine, complementary and alternative medicine

Laurie Pylitt: Interdisciplinary collaboration, Patient education/advocacy, Acculturation of internationally trained health care providers, Program/Curriculum design and evaluation

Darin Ramsey: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Primary Care. Areas of interest include: Pain Management, Mood Disorders, Men's Health, Geriatrics, Diabetes Management

Carriann Richey: Medicare Part D, Continuing Education, Continuing Professional Development, Medical Insurance, underserved

Tracy Sprunger: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Family Medicine. Areas of interest include; Dyslipidemias, Heart failure, Infectious Diseases; Anticoagulation, Geriatrics

Jeanne VanTyle: Clinical pharmacokinetics; Biopharmaceutics; Trade versus generic drugs; Women's Health Issues